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We're setting up an Exchange 2010 environment that consist of:

cas1.domain.local
cas2.domain.local
mailbox1.domain.local
mailbox2.domain.local


SAN fields I was thinking of:

webmail.domain.com
autodiscover.domain.com
cas1.domain.local
cas2.domain.local

1. Do I need to specify the FQDN to the mailbox servers in a SAN field?
2. I install the certificate on one CAS server, and export it to the other CAS. Correct?
3. Do I have to export the sertificate and install it on the mailbox servers?
4. Do I need the NETBIOS name to the CAS servers in a SAN field? If Yes, why?
5. Did I forget anything? :)
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1. Do I need to specify the FQDN to the mailbox servers in a SAN field?

not at all

2.. I install the certificate on one CAS server, and export it to the other CAS. Correct?
Correct just export it with private key

3. Do I have to export the sertificate and install it on the mailbox servers?
No need

4. Do I need the NETBIOS name to the CAS servers in a SAN field? If Yes, why?
Nop not needed

5. Did I forget anything? :)

Yes you need the CAS array name if both cas1 and cas2 are in the same AD site
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The two cas servers is in the same site and will be in an array.

If I call the CAS array for "cas.domain.local" (I assume I should use the internal domain?), do I need SAN fields for both CAS1.domain.local and CAS2.domain.local, or is it enough to use "CAS.domain.local"?

Thanks

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cas.domain.local is enough
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Just to be 100% sure, it will be sufficient with:

webmail.domain.com
autodiscover.domain.com
cas.domain.local

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yep perfect
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Thanks!
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